Ryan Leaning Toward Starting Greg McElroy Sunday vs Jaguars

League sources tell Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports that Jets coach Rex Ryan is leaning toward starting Greg McElroy at Jacksonville.

The staff has noted the improved pace and verve of the offense during McElroy’s brief stint replacing starter Mark Sanchez and rallying the team for a win over Arizona. The players responded well to the novice passer in the huddle, and there was a renewed spirit from the moribund offense, which Sanchez continued to slump and turn the ball over.

One source suggested to La Canfora it was 65-35 in McElroy’s favor but noted that Ryan still was set to meet with general manager Mike Tannenbaum about the issue tonight.

Tannenbaum moved up to draft Sanchez and has rewarded him handily with contracts, and Sanchez is likely bound to New York next season with $8.25 million fully guaranteed on his deal with no offsets and language requiring that full sum to be paid within 30 days if the former first-round pick is released.


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2 Responses to “Ryan Leaning Toward Starting Greg McElroy Sunday vs Jaguars”

  1. Mark Sanchez will be gone. He will be someone else’s problem as soon as the Jets can figure out how.

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